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Bosch,.J., 1999, Transforming mission: Paradigm shifts in theology of missions, Orbis Books, New York. It can be said of Luther and Calvin, for example, that they did have a vision of the common man and wanted to remodel faith in a practical and lasting way. He (1991:53) refers to two kinds of Christian witness to Jesus' death. But missionaries have always implicitly assumed that the reception and the living out of the gospel would begin to transform both individual and community life. This would imply the active role of the church within the understanding that human well-being is enhanced through God's involvement on a multiple level (spiritual, socio-political, economic and psychological level through the dynamics of the church's involvement. What separates godly people from the worldly is their opposite attitudes to this present world and beyond (Ins. Calvin and his pastors lived in conditions close to poverty, raising funds for the needy and lobbying the state to act for the poor. He (1991:54) further includes the Johannine way of expressing Jesus' identification of Christ with God, and Christ with humanity: "In the beginning the Word already existed. This is also confirmed in Dube's (2002:537) understanding of the text as a call for people-centred mission, and her consideration of it as Jesus' underlining of care as the core business of the Christian. The evangelical churches, in particular, are at the forefront seeking to influence government and business with the gospel. That is, it must model right relations between people and make clear what things that people should do or should not.

From that day onwards, the followers of Jesus Christ became the ongoing work of Christ in this world, also referred to as his body on earth. More recently, however, several scholars have argued that a judgement such as Warnecks implies summonsing the Reformers before the tribunal of the modern missionary movement and finding them guilty for not having subscribed to a definition of mission which did not exist in their own. It looks at how the church in selected periods in history, mainly in the reformation era, worked towards the transformation of society and communities. To Kysar, all the ways in which God is referred to, represent efforts to understand the absolute unknowable in terms of the known.

People can know what God has done for the society only through seeing what the church has done for. The Reformation The period of the Reformation saw the rise of mercantilism and then industrial capitalism. These powers ensured that the medieval doctrines of the Catholic Church were not easily abandoned and that individuals were subordinated to society.

In their understanding of this, Kysar, Gordon and Evans consider accounts that reflect Jesus spent a good deal of his time with the despised class of workers. In living out the gospel it attempted to transform society and enhance the quality of life of the poor and oppressed. The latter part means that Christians should criticize people of all nations (including people in the church) when they do not practice justice or love one another. These doctrines subsequently led to the spiritualising of economic processes and the belief that God instituted the market and exchange (Hunt Sherman 1981 :13). For Kysar, the ultimate revelation of the God of Israel is a historical one and it means that God attends to the historical conditions for humans.